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Wednesday, 30 January 2008 18:00

Pleomax goes after the headphone market

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Pleomax, the sensible bit of Samsung, is a periphery manufacturer that gains a lot of attention these days. They are after many segments in the peripheral market and this time around they included their in-ear headphones.

Pleomax offers quite nice quality for a decent price and we had a chance to see fifteen different products with all kinds of variations. The company offers a few in-ear models, a few sport clip in-ear models, super bass, stereo headphones, and hi-fi noise reduction models.

They should be available shortly and Pleomax already has a wide range of “big” headphones that it's happily been selling for months.

This is how the new ones look.

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